The debate "Speeding tickets are obsolete" was started by
March 23, 2014, 2:38 am.
3 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 5 people are on the disagree side.
There needs to be more votes to see what the common perception is.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
JohnnieWalker posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Michelle_M posted 1 argument, echofrommadiun posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
JohnnieWalker, wmd, DeWthaDeW agree.
Michelle_M, echofrommadiun, FaZe_GhostSniper1 and 2 visitors disagree.
Both car or motorcycle should be given the rules for speeding on the road. It’s dangerous to have more than the normal speed should be. As I know, the maximum speed if you drive in town is 40 km/hour. In some Asian countries, there’ll be scheduled operation once or twice a month facing the holiday season like Eid Mubarak or Christmas. From my point of view, speeding tickets are not obsolete as it leads the drivers to be more disciplined in driving and pay more attention to the road signs. The more speeding tickets, the more disciplined drivers will be.
Wouldn't the maniac's car also have the kill switch which would prevent them giving chase? Why should you be charged $1000 for fleeing for your life? This started out sounding like a good idea but got lost along the way....
Every auto manufacturer should include a killswitch that totally disables the pedal when you are already above the legal speed limit in order to keep your speed below the speeding limit.
Most cars already have GPS and we use the location and smart software to calculate the current speed limit for that particular road.
It's not that complicated if you think about it.
There are some emergency sitations where you need to run as fast as you can like if your life is in danger and you are being chased by a maniac. In this case, the computer will warn you that you are over the legal speed limit and ask you if you are sure about this and if you are then the computer will let you go as fast as you can.
This will cost you $1,000 which will be charged automatically to your credit card on file at the DMV.